After the return of the Nso’s Ngonso to Cameroon. The year ends with good news for Cameroon’s culture. The country will soon be able to see the return of its cultural and traditional objects. The announcement of their return was made by the Prince of Bangoua village, Legrand Tchatchouang, promoter of a cultural house, Kamerun Haus in Berlin.
Before the press last December 23 in Yaounde, a meeting was held in Berlin with five directors of museums containing Cameroonian cultural objects at the invitation of the Kamerun Haus in collaboration with the Cameroon National Museum. The discussions were also the restitution of cultural art objects looted by Germany during the colonial period. It is emphasizing the arrival of Cameroonian heritage in Germany that they developed a program of collaboration between Cameroonian and German cultural institutions to facilitate the return of these traditional symbols.
Meanwhile, the working group will focus on revitalizing Cameroon’s cultural image in Germany with fairs, and exhibitions that will be organized in Germany to promote tourism in Cameroon.